The final Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement for the 280-mile Interstate 11 study corridor – stretching from Nogales to Wickenburg – is now available for public review. After five years of study, technical analysis and input from communities and stakeholders, this publication of the I-11 Final Tier 1 EIS marks a milestone for the proposed corridor. The Final Tier 1 EIS, including a Preliminary Section 4(f) Evaluation, is available at: i11study.com/Arizona. The 30-day public review period runs through August 16. For information on how to submit a comment, visit the Contact Us page on the study website that links here: i11study.com/Arizona/Contactus.asp.
The Green Valley Council is seeking a temporary volunteer for the position of Corporate Secretary this summer, June through August. The Secretary is responsible for taking the minutes at the Executive Committee monthly meetings, which are held on the second Wednesday of each month, 1:30 PM–3:00 PM. The Secretary also participates in all the Executive Committee workshops, initiatives, and events where Executive Committee representation is needed. Volunteering for this position would enable the appointee to learn about the Council and its advocacy role in the community. If you are interested, please email email@example.com, attn. President Kenyon, or call the office at 520-648-1936.
Road Update from Chuck Huckelberry, County Administrator, Pima County.
The Green Valley Council’s Traffic & Arroyos Committee would like to share with our residents a way to find where their county roads fall in the Pima County Road Pavement Condition Index (PCI). Follow the link below to get your PCI.
HOW TO FIND YOUR STREET/ROAD
PAVEMENT CONDITION INDEX (PCI)
Go directly to the Pima County website by following this interactive log-in.
Pima County Website
When you get the map, enlarge map with mouse and point to the street/road you want the PCI for. Right click on the street and this will give you “Find Data on Map”. Click on this and it will give you the PCI rating.
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS. . . !!!
Please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, Attn. Dick Roberts. Let me know the streets/roads you are interested in, and I will send you the data.
The Green Valley Council office is now open. Masks are required even if you are fully vaccinated. There are notary services by appointment only. Please call 520-648-1936 or email@example.com. Our office hour are Monday – Thursday from 8 to 4. Friday the office is closed to visitors, however we do take calls from 8 to 4.
Hawaii comes to Historic Canoa Ranch
A Benefit Gala
Two Guys and a Sherry,
25 March, 2021
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Manning Senior Lawn
Historic Canoa Ranch
There will be a short intermission
Admission is $10 (limit 100 people)
Please consider donating a box of cereal or Macaroni and Cheese for the Food Bank.
All Proceeds go to support Historic Canoa Ranch and the local area Food Banks.
Please click this pay link to purchase tickets.
Staff are standing by to help GVR members in good standing who need assistance to vote online in the 2021 GVR Board of Directors election. Helpers are stationed at Canoa Ranch, East Center, and Las Campanas Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm (except the lunch hour). Members must bring their voter code and their valid member card to the center. Lost your voter code? Call (520) 838-0144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Voter codes were included in the Notice of Annual Meeting that was mailed via USPS on February 19. Only household that had dues paid in full by January 29, or had applied for MAP or a Monthly Payment Plan, received voter codes.
Voting online is quick and easy! Members will swipe their cards to initiate an online session at a GVR computer kiosk. They will find an icon on the screen that, when clicked, will take them straight to the election website. After entering their voter code, the ballot will appear. Voters may click the photos of the board members to review their campaign information or if they have already done their homework, simply check the boxes of the four candidates they prefer.